The managing director of Research in Motion Australia has resigned after only a few months in the top job, the company has confirmed.
The resignation comes at a horrible time for the BlackBerry maker, as its executive team attempt to convince customers the company is on the right track despite a shocking loss in value and a massive restructuring operation.
Ray Gillenwater was appointed as local MD in May, but RIM has now announced he will leave effective July 13.
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“We appreciate his contributions to RIM through the various positions he held in North America and Asia over the past five years, and we wish him well,” the company said, according to The Australian.